ASP.NET is a server-side technology, having nothing to do with IE. Therefore, it can render HTML 3.2, HTML 4 + DHTML, WML, etc. It depends on the controls you use and how they render to different browsers. There are third-party browsers that render IE-enhanced UIs, but which also work for so-called downlevel browsers.
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